Practicing: ping-pong, volley-ball, skiing, scuba-diving (for a short while), basket-ball. Fan: Biathlon, Tour de France, NBA, Olympic Games, football, hand-ball, volley-ball. In high-school, he took part in a TV Sport Quizz and won some prizes. He enjoyed sport enciclopedias and sport magazines a lot.
JFK (knew it by heart!)
He loooved music, all kinds of. He often wanted to play a DJ. He loooved dancing as well, always making a good atmosphere. Hands UP EVERYBODY!
1984 – Ge.Orwell
The new ACT Library – Bissell’s Library in Thessaloniki
“Only the sky is the limit”
Mafia (strategy game)
157, Harilaou, Thessaloniki
Zapping, Pylea, Thessaloniki
Skopsko Pivo (max8bottles/going out)
Veles – the town of origin of his grand-parents, he used to call it “my little Tokyo” and was very happy when seeing it whole on the retro-mirror of his car, at a special spot on the way to Skopje after classes/exams at ACT.
(he was Santa Claus in dad’s company on 25th Dec 2001!)
Orhan, or Orche as Borjan was calling him. He was going there since the age of 8, and Orche came also in the hospital for Borjan’s last hair-cut. Orche said then: “I am coming to see a friend, not a customer.” Borjan always enjoyed talking to him, especially about sports. Orche is from Albanian/Turkish origin, so they were exchanging sport flags and other fan items from turkish football teams. On their last meeting Borjan was already paralised and wished: “May I come one day to your hairdresser’s shop in Zaragossa, in Spain!” – expressing this way both of their dreams in one.
Sestra Vera – or ‘the best nurse in the world’ as Borjan was calling her. They enjoyed talking about everything. She was so devoted to her work, but they also became good friends, respecting and trusting each other a lot. She was a great support to him. Always entering the room with a shiny smile, making the room nicer, more comfortable, sunny!!
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